Welcome to Mayland Community College's Net Price Calculator. To access MCC's Net Price Calculator, please click the below link. Begin by reading and agreeing to the statement and then follow the instructions on the subsequent screens. Once all screens are complete, you will receive an ESTIMATE of how much students similar to you paid to attend Mayland Community College in 2023-2024.
The amounts listed under "Estimated room and board charges" and "Estimated other expenses" are normally those expenses already incurred by the student or the student's supporters. These items are things such as rent, meals, travel expenses, etc. The amount listed under "Estimated tuition and fees" would be the estimated charges that would be due to Mayland Community College and the amount listed under "Estimated cost of books and supplies" would be the estimated charges due to Mayland Community College Bookstore. As stated above, this tool is a best estimate. To better determine your out-of-pocket expense for attending Mayland Community College, please contact our Financial Aid Department.
Tuition is $76.00 per credit hour up to sixteen credit hours for in-state students.
Tuition is $268.00 per credit hour up to sixteen credit hours for out-of-state students.
Tuition rates are subject to change by action of the North Carolina General Assembly.
|Total for Year
*Maximum Tuition per semester (based upon sixteen semester hours)
For fall and spring semesters: Students registered for nine or more credit hours will be charged $32 each semester. Students registered for one to eight credit hours will be charged $18 each semester. Summer semester: No activity fee is charged.
A fee of $10 is charged to students for the preparation of graduation materials each semester.
An Ammunition fee of $100 is charged to students enrolled in the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program.
Lab fees and photocopy fees are charged to students registered in the Associate Degree Nursing program and Medical Assisting Program for the use of laboratory equipment and supplies. Associate Degree Nursing students are charged a $40 Lab fee and a $40 Photocopy fee for fall and spring semesters. During the summer semester, the charge is $6 for the Lab fee and $15 for the Photocopy fee. Medical Assisting students are charged a $20 Lab fee and a $20 Photocopy fee for fall and spring semesters. During the summer semester, Medical Assisting students are not charged for the Lab and Photocopy fees.
The College charges a $5 fee each semester to all students, excluding high school students.
A fee of $16 is charged to all students registered for twelve or more credit hours. Students registered for one to eleven credit hours will be charged $8 for each semester.
Transcript Fee: Transcripts are available from the Registrar’s office for $5 per official transcript. There is no charge for an unofficial transcript.
Students enrolled in certain programs (curriculum and continuing education) that carry a liability for the student are required to purchase malpractice insurance at an annual fee of $13.
All curriculum students are required to purchase supplemental insurance to cover accidents associated with school activities. The group supplemental insurance cost may not exceed $1.50 per semester and is subject to yearly adjustment. The student insurance plan is secondary to any health insurance the student already has. Students may obtain insurance claim forms at the Student Development desk.
Students who choose to self-pay may do so by cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. Out-of-country checks will not be accepted. Online services are available to pay tuition and fees MyMCC on the Mayland.edu website. Students receiving financial aid must contact the Financial Aid office for information on how to ensure that charges are covered. Payment is expected on designated dates and registrations will not be held after this date. Please refer to the College calendar for these dates.
If a student is sponsored by a third party, it is his or her responsibility to ensure that written authorization is received by the college at least five working days before registration day. If authorization letters are not received five working days before registration day, the student is responsible for 100% payment. Failure to do so will result in the student being removed from his or her classes.
To help students meet their educational expenses, MCC is proud to offer a convenient, monthly tuition payment plan from Nelnet Business Solutions. The monthly payment plan is not a loan program or financial aid. The payment plan is only offered for tuition and fees, not for bookstore purchases. There are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check. The cost to budget the interest-free, monthly payment plan is $25.00 per semester. This enrollment fee is non-refundable and is charged by Nelnet. Enrollment in a monthly payment plan is entirely online. To enroll, a student must have his or her MCC ID number and either a checking account, savings account, or credit card information.
If you need assistance with the payment plan, please contact the Business Office at 828-766-1229.
High school students enrolled in select College and Career Promise courses or in the Early College High School are tuition exempt.
Students preparing to take the General Education Development Tests (GED®) for a high school equivalency certificate do not pay tuition for the program; however, there is an $80 fee required to take the exam. Students enrolled in the GED® program pay no activity or insurance fees.
BLET students are exempt from tuition for CJC 100 if they meet requirements set forth in the State Board of Community College Code. However, they are required to pay an ammunition fee and purchase student accident insurance.
Tuition and fees may be refunded following the guidelines established by the State Board of Community College Code which is subject to revision. Consult your advisor or Student Development personnel for the latest regulations. The College shall provide a 100 percent refund to the student if the student officially withdraws or is officially withdrawn by the College prior to the first day of class.
The College shall provide a 100 percent refund to the student if the College cancels the course section in which the student is registered.
The College shall provide a 75 percent refund to the student if the student officially withdraws or is officially withdrawn by the College from the class prior to or on the 10 percent point of the class.
To qualify as a North Carolina resident for tuition purposes, a person must have established legal residence (domicile) in North Carolina and must have maintained that legal residence for at least twelve months prior to his or her classification as a resident for tuition purposes. Every applicant for admission will be required to make a statement as to his or her length of residency in the state and may be asked for additional information to support a residency claim. Each student will be classified by the admissions staff as either a resident or non-resident of North Carolina. A student may appeal his or her residency classification to the Dean of Students within thirty days of the decision.
Undocumented immigrants may enroll in MCC and will be treated as non-resident students with respect to tuition and fees. They will be admitted by the Registrar according to ID SBCCC 400.2.
Undocumented immigrants will be admitted to the College if he or she attended and graduated from a United States public high school, private high school, or home school that operates in compliance with state or local law, or if he or she has earned a state-approved high school equivalent education in the United States and has Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) classification. Undocumented immigrants should speak with an admissions counselor when entering programs that require a professional license in order to work, such as the nursing program, because federal law prohibits states from granting professional licenses to undocumented immigrants. Undocumented immigrants will be charged out-of-state tuition.
Out-of-state residents may be eligible for in-state rates if the following requirements are met:
Employed by a North Carolina based business which has agreed to pay tuition.
A request for the in-state tuition rate must be made on said employer's letterhead.
A copy of the employee's pay stub must be submitted to verify employment.
The employee's tuition must be paid with said employer's check.
A Veteran who lives in the state in which the institution of higher learning is located (regardless of his or her formal state of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of discharge from a period of active duty service of ninety days or more.
A spouse or child using transferred benefits who lives in the state in which the institution of higher learning is located (regardless or his or her formal state of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of the transferor’s discharge from a period of active duty service of ninety days or more.
A spouse or child using benefits under the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship who lives in the state in which the institution of higher learning is located (regardless of his or her formal state of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of the Service member's death in the line of duty following a period of active duty of ninety days or more.
The below chart represents estimated student expenses for a full-time (sixteen semester hours) fall and spring semester student at Mayland Community College.
|Estimated Cost of Attendance For NC Resident
|Living with Parents
|Not Living with Parents
|Tuition and Fees
|Books and Supplies
|Room and Board
|Personal & Miscellaneous
|**Please note these are estimated costs not expenses required to be paid to Mayland Community College.**
*Some students may need to add the cost of out-of-state tuition or child care to these estimated expenses.*
The MCC Bookstore partners with Follett Access to allow students to rent or purchase textbooks at a reduced cost. The charge for required textbooks and supplies will be charged to a student’s account and paid with each semester’s tuition and fees.
Students are charged $28.56 per credit hour up to 16 hours per semester for Follett Access.
Benefits of Follett ACCESS include:
Please review the Follett Access Roadmap for more information about the process.
All non-high school curriculum students are automatically enrolled in the Follett ACCESS program unless they choose to opt-out.
If a student wants to opt-out of the Follett ACCESS program, they must access the Customer Portal at https://includedcp.follett.com/. Click the “Create an Account” link, enter the MCC student email, and click “Submit”. Follett will send an email to the MCC student email account with more information. All enrolled non-high school curriculum students will be automatically enrolled in Follett ACCESS at the start of each semester and must opt-out each semester before the last day of Drop/Add if they do not want to be charged the fee.
If students choose to opt-out of the Follett Access program, students will still be able to purchase texts and supplies through the MCC Bookstore.
Students should go online to the MCC Bookstore website, set up an account, and purchase needed textbooks and supplies online. Online purchases may be paid with financial aid (if available) or out-of-pocket, as in past. With this option, students will be able to purchase and/or rent (if the item is listed rentable) books for their courses. If supplies are available, students may be able to drop into the physical MCC Bookstore location and purchase needed course textbooks and supplies. But it is recommended to contact the MCC Bookstore before making the trip to ensure the items is in stock.
Please note if you choose to opt-out of the Follett Access program and purchase your textbooks and supplies through the MCC Bookstore, these items may not be on site and will have to be special ordered and shipped. Please keep this in mind when ordering to ensure you will receive your textbooks and supplies in a timely manner for the start of your classes.
At the end of the semester (or whenever you no longer need the textbook), the MCC Bookstore will buy back books based on the book’s current market value. Please contact the MCC Bookstore for additional information.